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A holiday scheme pilot in Scotland has proved 'overwhelmingly popular' and been oversubscribed by 60 per cent in one primary school.
Childcare and early education professionals are being asked to complete a body image survey to discover how soon children can develop anxiety about their appearance.
A nursery successfully relaxed its strict sickness policy on conjunctivitis after a parent – who happened to be a GP – campaigned to highlight that sending infected children home is not necessary.
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Researchers have linked a much lower incidence of obesity in teenagers who were tucked in by 8pm during their early years.
A ‘gender gap crisis’ is seriously damaging prospects for boys in this country, according to a children’s charity.
Glasgow schools are opening in the summer holidays for the first time to offer meals and activities for families that struggle financially without free school meals.
Air pollution has been linked to childhood mental illness in a major study.
The quality of food at their childcare provider is considered as important to parents as its Ofsted rating, according to a survey by the Soil Association.
The number of overweight young children is predicted to almost double within a decade – with associated disease set to cripple health services across Europe, researchers warn.
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